Book recommendations for supplementing vets and minerals?


So I have been given some great advice on this forum about what supplements may help me based on my blood results.

But..... I was wondering if anybody can recommend a good book that helps guide on supplementing. Maybe a book that covers things like what each vita/mineral does, what ranges should be and aids/prohibits absorption so I can work out what to take and when.

I know there's always Google but sometimes you can't beat a good old school book!!

Thanks :-)

6 Replies

  • Lol, sorry about title typo! I normally try to avoid vets as much as I do Drs! I mean vitamins!

  • I've bought this book and found it helpful :

    I still double and triple check (using the internet) all the info I read, but I have found it interesting and informative.

  • Dr Brewer is joint author of Thyroid for Dummies Uk version and is often featured in Healthspans information brochures.

  • I didn't know that, thanks for the info.

  • The immune system recovery plan, by Susan Blum.

    Bit American, but clear explanation of gluten connection, adrenal fatigue and leaky gut.

  • Thanks for the suggestions :-)

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